Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Bishop John McGill” in chapter 1.50, section c.1.50.43, page 177 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 35.:
...stburg, being the first pastor of that parish.
He was there only a short time, and although his work promised rich results, he was recalled and sent to assist in the Diocese of Richmond, then under Bishop John McGill .
He was placed in charge of the work at Norfolk, where he remained for thirty-five years.
In 1855 the yellow fever broke out in Norfolk and Portsmouth, just across the river.
It was during th...
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